My favorite iPhone application for shooting black and white photos, Hueless by Curious Satellite, just got a massive update. Even though the update would be worth paying for again it is available for free to current customers in the App Store.
I’m looking forward to seeing what Curious Satellite does with the upcoming Huemore.
Scott Meinzer at Camera+:
“Apple has added the ability for the sensor in the iPhone 5 to take pictures at 4 times the sensitivity. If you’re a camera buff this means the ISO can go from a limit of 800 before, up to 3200 now!”
Camera+ was always too slow to use on my iPhone 4. Since upgrading to the iPhone 5 Camera+ has made its way onto my main Dock. I’m glad for this update.
One quibble, though, would be that I wish Camera+ would save its photos directly to my Camera Roll rather than to its own Library.
Devour, a site I visit just about every day on my iPad, has an app to match.
A delightful Wikipedia reader for your iPhone and iPad that visualizes the connections between articles.
Sounds gimmicky at first but watch the video demo and you’ll quickly see how this could be not only useful but fun.
/via Hacker News.
If you liked MeToday photos (which date all the way back to 2006) or if you’re of the DailyBooth sort you’ll probably like Everyday, an application for iPhone, which reminds you to take a photo of yourself everyday, takes that photo, and also helps you create a video from all of the photos you’ve taken. Fun.